The City: Top to Bottom


thursday, aug. 25 Michael Yo Michael Yo is a stand-up comedian, coming up under the wings of Chelsea Handler on Chelsea Lately as a recurring comedy panelist. He is headlining the national Hot Mess Comedy tour between his Hollywood reporting. Yo brings his comedy to two top podcast, The Yo & Jo Show and The […]

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As a progressive Christian, I believe there are many names for God and many ways to a loving God; this article reflects one of those ways. Take from here what works for you. Celebrate life with joy and peace! In June 1970, Howard Williams and a group of 12 people who had been meeting in […]

WoLF v. trans women and girls

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“A bathroom battle! Transgender students can choose which bathroom or locker room to use at schools, but now a women’s group is suing,” began Lisée Mitri for her Aug. 12 KRQE News report . Its easy shorthand to think of the battle enemy of LGBT civil rights as being religious right aligned organizations. Sometimes it’s […]

A mortgage expert speaks


We turn once again today to our mortgage man-in-the-know Matt Young, loan officer with MDC Financial Service Group, to take the temperature of today’s mortgage market. We all know what an enormous effect loan availability and terms have on the real estate market in general, and Matt is on the front lines and has kindly […]

The Dole strategy is bananas


By October of his 1996 re-election campaign, President Bill Clinton held a double digit lead over Sen. Bob Dole, the Republican nominee. Seeking to keep the congressional majorities they won in 1994, Republican leaders made an unusual move. Instead of feigning optimism and relying on the coat tails of an unlikely Dole victory to protect […]

Meryl Streep makes bad look good


Florence Foster Jenkins, who lived from 1868 to 1944, was an eccentric heiress who used her considerable financial resources to stage and promote her musical career. She needed to use her own money because, despite having as a child been somewhat of a piano-playing prodigy, she was a terrible singer, probably both tone and beat […]

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How Serafina Palandech and Jennifer Johnson are changing the eco-friendly food industry one chicken at a time This wasn’t supposed to be how the narrative turned out. Two married women, Serafina Palandech and her wife, Chef Jennifer Johnson, formerly of acclaimed restaurant Chez Panisse in Berkeley, go on a show called West Texas Investors Club […]

It’s a dog’s life in San Diego!


Pets provide LGBTQ San Diegans love, companionship and so much more. To set out on a discovery of what dogs and their owners can do in and around the neighborhood, my Jack Russell Terrier-Chihuahua mix pup, Ollie and I decided to make a doggie day of it and run around town to see what we […]

USNS Harvey Milk ship ceremony in San Francisco


Congressional leader Nancy Pelosi called the ceremony not only historic for the LGBT community, but for all Americans and it most certainly was. American LGBT leaders and officials flew in from all over our great nation to pay tribute to a great American civil rights icon who has become a global hero for LGBT people […]


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